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Posted on 2011-03-11
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Does any one know how to insert a my company Logo in to the signature line
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follow these instructions:

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run Microsoft Outlook

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create a new message

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go to Insert tab and select Signatures under Signature Button

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in the opened window create a new signature

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select the email address you want to associate the signature with

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at the bottom of the window add any data or picture you want to your signature
you are done!
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that did not work. all it does is added the signature it does not let you insert a picture logo-insert.docx
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by:marshoot
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I had to change the log to a jpeg for it to work
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